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Should vaccination be made mandatory? Read below

a close up of a logoPresident Cyril Ramaphosa says all the more South Africans need to get immunized to stay away from more tight limitations as South Africa stays on lockdown Level 1. 


He addressed the country on Sunday to attempt to mollify fears over the new Omicron variation, which has prompted travel boycotts for South Africa. 


RELATED: Mandatory immunization on the cards as Ramaphosa keeps South Africa on Level 1 


The president included that few commitment presenting measures that make immunization a condition for admittance to work environments, public occasions, public vehicle and public foundations have been occurring. 


Should inoculation be made compulsory? 


Bongani Bingwa visits to University of KwaZulu-Natal Public Health and agent bad habit chancellor of examination and advancement educator Mosa Moshabela to give more understanding on the matter. 


What I saw was that there was a decision among immunization and a lockdown and they went with inoculation. Also, lamentably we have a great deal of reluctance around inoculation in South Africa. We are ending up in a circumstance where individuals don't need a lockdown and furthermore don't have any desire to immunize. 


Teacher Mosa Moshabela, Deputy bad habit chancellor of examination and advancement - UKZN 


Obligatory immunization isn't constrained inoculation, we simply direct individuals to inoculate. 


Teacher Mosa Moshabela, Deputy bad habit chancellor of examination and advancement - UKZN


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